Maple Magic Festival is at the Regal Point Elk Farm in Oxenden on March 23, 24, 30, 31., 2019
Fill your tummy with fresh pancakes smothered with Regal Point Maple Syrup and be sure to try the special peaches and cream pancake meal $5-10/plate.
Enjoy delicious Maple taffy on snow, Maple cotton candy, and waffle on a stick then cozy up to the woodstove in the insulated heated dining hall..
New this year...
Elk tour moved closer to main site.
Outdoor Hand-warming Stations.
All profits go to the Wiarton Rotary Club.
Regal Elk Point Farms - 462081 Concession Road 24, Georgian Bluffs, Ontario N0H 2T0
The Long John Jamboree is an incredible party and winter festival to celebrate the arrival of spring in Yellowknife, NWT.
The Jamboree takes place on a frozen Great Slave Lake, the second largest lake in Northwest Territories.
Outdoor games such as pond hockey, ice carving, curling, and lumber jack racing are constantly going down within the Jamboree’s grounds.
Take a helicopter ride over the lake for some stunning photo opportunities!
There are dogsled races and rides for all to enjoy and be sure not to miss the pancake and chilli cook-offs too.
So many fun events and activities but be sure not to miss the Burn On The Bay and the parties within the Snow King Ice Castle. The Burn On The Bay is an annual event in which a large wooden sculpture is built, and then torched in front of the excited crowds under the stars, and usually, the Northern Lights.
Located on Great Slave Lake in Yellowknife, NWT
Celebrate the end of winter with a taste of spring at the Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival !!
Come out to the Tiffin Centre for Conservation, in Utopia, Ontario where you can enjoy a yummy pancake and sausage breakfast before taking in the many festival activities. (served daily until 2 p.m.)
Re-enactors dressed in costume will be on hand to demonstrate the pioneer and First Nations methods of making maple syrup. It is quite amazing to see!
Tiffin’s cozy little sugar shack will be open and inside you will find wonderful Tiffin maple syrup and other Simcoe County maple products for sale.
Just some of the great family activities include crafts, live music, horse-drawn wagon rides,visits with local fire and police officers, and a “Zoo to You” animal show.
For a small materials fee of $5, you can build a bird feeder to take home!
Tiffin’s scenic hiking trails will be open, with long and short paths for hikers of all abilities.
All-inclusive admission is $12 for adults, $6 for kids 12 and under, and free for infants (cash only please).
Tiffin Centre for Conservation, 8195 8th Line, Utopia,. Ontario
Tell your family and friends and come enjoy 3 days of amazing artists with incredible skills as King Street W in downtown Dundas delights all with entertainment, great food and a fabulous selection of art, crafters and merchants. Three days of talent from all over the world performing for you.
The Dundas International Buskerfest one street festival you don't want to miss!
Friday 6:30pm-10pm, Saturday 11:30am-10pm, Sunday 11:30am-6pm
Ontario’s Best Butter Tart Festival is Canada’s original and largest butter tart festival.
Plan your visit to the Town of Midland, on the shores of beautiful Georgian Bay, for all the wonderful sweet fun.
At the very first Butter Tart Festival in June 2013, the festival sold out by 11am of the 10,000 butter tarts available for sale.
The number of butter tarts available for sale increases each year (now up to 150,000 to 200,000 butter tarts available for sale) as does attendance (65,000 butter tart lovers visited in 2018).
The festival includes a contest to award the prize for the BEST Butter Tart in Ontario.The contest is open to both professional and amateur/home bakers.The contest features both Traditional and Wild Style categories. The judges include celebrities, chefs, food and travel bloggers, local dignitaries all with one thing in common – a love of butter tarts!
Midlands downtown core and waterfront parks host over 200 vendors and food trucks. Vendors sell everything from butter tarts to unique, hand-made items. And the variety of butter tarts you’ll find at the festival includes plain, raisin, pecan, walnut, skor, maple, bacon, coconut, chocolate covered, PB&J, s’mores, gluten-free, vegan, nut-free, cheesecake, pumpkin...and many more.
The festival also includes free, family-friendly entertainment, a kids zone, free shuttles, a butter tart trot (pre-registration is required) and much more! Mark your calendar to join us for the sweetest day of the year!
The Banff Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K offers runners of all abilities the chance to participate in this truly special event. Imagine yourself on a journey that flows from Banff Central Park, runs past Vermilion Lakes, up the Bow Valley Parkway and loops to finish in beautiful downtown Banff. It is the running adventure of a lifetime.
The scenery is breathtaking and you will experience many different interpretive, geographical, wilderness and historical stages on your adventure. Run by the stunning mountain vistas known to Banff National Park, Moose Meadows, the new Legacy Trail, and serene Vermillion Lakes.
Interpretive stations at each of these stages will be along the way at the aid stations if you want to learn more about your journey. Although the run takes place in the beautiful Rocky Mountains, the course is not too grueling with a slightly rolling and fairly flat terrain.
Starting in the picturesque mountain village of Banff, full and half marathon participants will flow through a series of incredible natural, wildlife, and historical stages as they pass by the serene Vermilion Lakes and journey along the stunning Bow Valley Parkway.
The return trek brings you alongside the Bow River and over Banff’s famous bridges finishing to cheering crowds in Banff’s downtown Central Park. The participants in the 10k will complete a 2 loop “Tour de Banff” that travels around Banff via the beautiful Bow River Trails and local streets passing by many famous Banff attractions including Banff Central Park, Bow Falls, Parks Headquarters, Banff Indian Trading Post, Banff Ave Bridge and more!
Register Early and even if you aren't a runner, get out and cheer the runners on and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Three days filled with Music, Activities and World Class Racing
Every year, the waters of False Creek are brought to life by dragon boating teams from across the world. The Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival is one of the largest community festivals in Vancouver, and it is a FREE entry event.
Three days of races, food, music and some pretty spectacular scenery to boot!
From June 21 to 23, Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival will welcome 5,500 top paddlers on 200 dragon boat teams from across Canada and around the world, including Australia, China, Chinese Taipei, Germany, Hong Kong, Macau, the Philippines, and the United States.
Join the estimated 100,000 spectators that line the waterfront vantage points from Creekside Community Centre and Science World to Concord Pacific Place and cheer on your favorite Dragon Boat!
The Tall Ships are Coming Canada Day Weekend!
Get ready for fun and excitement at Toronto's Redpath Waterfront Festival, June 29th - July 1st, 2019
See the ships and browse through the market vendors along 2 kilometres of Toronto’s scenic waterfront.
Every three years, the Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport, welcomes a fleet of majestic tall ships to Toronto’s waterfront. This year, during Canada Day weekend, from June 29 – July 1, these ships will be docked from Bathurst to Bay Street and will be open for deck tours.
You can even see the stunning Bluenose ll, the tall ship that has adorned our Canadian dimes since 1937.
This year the festival is also excited to welcome the Canadian Coast Guard for the first time. They will be bringing along a vessel and participating in the festival fun.
This action-packed festival has something for everyone so mark your calendar and we'll see you there!
Public transit / shuttles available
Limited parking for vehicles
Lakeshore Blvd, Toronto, Ontario
The Greatest Show on Earth
The Calgary Stampede is an annual rodeo, exhibition and festival held every July in Calgary, Alberta.
This thrilling ten-day event, which bills itself as "The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth", attracts over one million visitors per year and features one of the world's largest rodeos, a parade, fun filled Midway, musicial concerts, agricultural competitions, Chuck Wagon races and First Nations exhibitions.
On the Midway you will find rides and games for all ages to enjoy and be sure to try out some of the wild and wacky foods offered each year such as smoking Charcoal Ice Cream or Cricket Grilled Cheese!
Each evening at the Stampede will end with an impressive fireworks display that lights up the sky in downtown Calgary.
This year one of the featured concert performers is Luke Byran, so grab your cowboy hat and boots and we'll see you at the 2019 Calgary Stampede!